NVIDIA GTC 2018

Canonical

Canonical

on 14 March 2018

Event Information

Date: March 27 – 29

City/State: San Jose, CA

Location: San Jose McEnery Convention Center

Booth: #1227

GTC is the premier AI and deep learning conference, providing unparalleled training, industry insights, and direct access to NVIDIA and industry experts — all in one place. It features the latest breakthroughs in everything from healthcare to virtual reality, accelerated analytics, self-driving cars, and much more.

This year the Ubuntu team will be on site at booth 1227. Join us for demos on

  • Using Kubeflow to manage Tensorflow jobs from desktop to servers and cloud.
  • Building a complete, on premise AI platform using automation tools (MAAS and Juju) to deploy and manage Kubernetes on bare metal.
  • How worker nodes with and without GPU’s are automatically identified to execute Tensorflow jobs.

Talks:

Using Containers for GPU Workloads: March 28, 10:00AM – 10:50AM – Room 210E

Presenters: Christian Brauner – Software Engineer, Canonical Ltd. & Serge Hallyn: Principal Engineer, Cisco

Learn how to use containers for efficient GPU utilization to achieve bare-metal performance for computationally intensive workloads. We’ll show how NVIDIA tools and libraries can be used to achieve drop-in GPU support and efficient GPU feature integration for container runtimes, and illustrate how to leverage system containers to run complex statistical models on NVIDIA GPUs.

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